Like all of their flours, their bread flour is made using 100% certified organic hard red wheat. This flour gives your bread an excellent texture. Due to the high protein content of hard red wheat, your dough will Has a smooth elastic consistency. Since their flour is freshly ground and has not undergone a natural or artificial bleaching process, some people like to add 1 tablespoon of vital wheat gluten per cup for a soft loaf. Avoid it if you like hardy bread Vital Wheat Gluten, Tastes Good Either Way! Their Daily Grind Flour can be used directly in place of your all-purpose flour, the only difference is that their flour has a wonderful flavor and is loaded with vitamins and minerals naturally found in the grain. No additives or preservatives, just new 1kg sized grains.
1847 Stone Milling's Organic Grain Stone Ground Rye Flour is perfect for making bread! Freshly ground rye flour makes a delicious addition to your rye or multigrain bread. Savor the difference freshly ground flour can make in your baking. Like all of their flours, it is never bleached and has no additives added. Red Fife is a grain that originated in Scotland and was brought here in the 1800's. Red Fife is a heritage grain that is said to be Canada's oldest wheat variety. Organic Hard Red Wheat, this whole grain wheat flour is a great addition to bread! The high protein content of hard red wheat produces just the right amount of gluten while still having the earthy flavor of the whole grain.
Their cake and pastry flour is made using only locally grown Ontario soft white wheat. This produces a delicious flour that makes for flaky crusts and fluffy cakes that are simply delicious. This traditional grain was the staple throughout Europe around the Bronze Age. It was first cultivated in the Middle East and slowly spread throughout Europe. In these regions it has been harvested for over 7, 000 years. It is the grain of choice because of its hardiness and long storage life, most likely because of its husk. It was brought to the Americas in the late 1800s, but modern wheat has fallen out of favor due to its lower protein content. Due to its airy consistency, it is perfect for use in standard baking recipes. Its beautiful pale yellow color with flecks of red gives your baked goods a unique look. Great as an extra flour for bread, this grain will bring a new dimension to your recipes.